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Camp Curry Memories, DVD


    Model: DV-80
    Run Time: 62 minutes
    Format: NTSC
  • View Historical Footage
  • Historic Firefall
  • Vintage Music
  • Four Bonus Parks
  • DVD Extras

Camp Curry was founded in 1899 by boisterous David Curry and his wife, Jennie.  Walk back in time through historical photos and footage of Yosemite and Camp Curry where, for $2 a day or $12 a week, you could get a bed, three square meals a day, and a “clean napkin with every meal.”

Bear feeding stations, the historic Firefall, and a hair-raising toboggan run are just a few examples of how attitudes have changed about how people recreate in our National Parks.  Interviews and historic photos will help you relive those days and understand the changes.Camp Curry Memories utilizes colorful interviews from longtime visitors, camp employees and park rangers.  Vintage music illustrated with archival images are woven into an unforgettable video. 

“Doorways to the Past” video – A 27-minute documentary on two historic structures in Yosemite.
Historic photo gallery
Four Bonus Parks video – Explore 4 California parks:  Sequoia & Kings Canyon, Death Valley, Lassen Volcanic and Redwood.


1 Introduction
2 The Currys
3. Fun at Camp
4 Bears
5 Firefall
6 Park Today


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 26 February, 2009.

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